This workshop aims to support delegates in articulating the research projects they want to pursue. The workshop will offer guidance on how to narrow funding searches with support from experienced staff. The workshop will then look at ways of helping delegates translate existing or new projects into effective proposals for funding streams.
Who should attend?
Research Active Staff (Research, Academic or Teaching terms & conditions) currently developing projects which they want to acquire funding for.
We do not accept applications from postgraduates or research students. Students should refer to the Student Career and Skills website for details of workshops designed specifically to meet their needs.
- To cover the essentials of writing project proposals: articulating what you want to do clearly and identifying impact
- To peer review individual project proposals from participants
- To provide an overview of the help available through Warwick's dedicated research development staff and a chance to ask questions of experienced staff
- To interrogate the language used by different funding streams and identify ways of translating your project into the necessary keywords and components of a successful proposal.
Presentation from the recent workshop on 22 November 2016
Powerpoint presentation from Elizabeth Cromwell and Catriona Firth, RIS
Future dates to be confirmed.
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Parking is limited, early arrival is strongly recommended. Those with a University of Warwick staff parking permit can park in Argent Court car park and do not need to use pay and display.
Lunch is provided together with refreshments throughout the day
Jane Cooper, firstname.lastname@example.org Learning Development Centre
If you would like to register your interest in future workshops please use the link below.